How well do you know your own body?

What is your average resting/sitting (brachial) blood pressure?

What is your average resting heart rate?

What is your average pre/post-prandial (before/after eating) blood glucose?

What is your visual acuity is in each eye?

What is your blood type?

What is your BMI?


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Most Helpful Girl

  • I don't know my blood pressure, but that's something that is constantly changing

    I can measure that right now if you like

    Who would know something like that if they didn't have a medical condition

    my eyes are prefect

    No idea though I've had blood tests

    17.5. This I know because my weight matters to me

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    • You need to know your BP so you can prevent a medical condition.

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    • Thanks for the warning, but I'll worry about that when 40. And besides, there isn't a problem with it. If there was I'm sure the nurse would have told me when she took it during check ups and such

    • what?

What Girls Said 7

  • -3.75 in both eyes and my blood type's O-. That's all I know atm.

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  • The only one I can answer is that I'm B-

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  • 1. 120.

    2. 75.

    3. Don't know this one. I just know it's within the normal range since I've had a fasting test recently.

    4. I'm short sighted. Left eye: -2.50. Right eye: -3.25.

    5. The NHS won't tell you unless you give blood or birth. I want to do neither.

    6. 18.5

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    • Really? Why wouldn't they tell you your blood type? What if someone wants to get a medalert bracelet? Anyways, if you really wanted to know your blood type you could always buy at-home tests to check it yourself.

    • It's not that they won't tell you - they just won't do unnecessary tests on their money, if you need surgery or a blood transfusion or something they'll find out, and you'll be able to know to.

    • It's stupid right? But yeah, they won't tell you, unless you give blood. Apparently it's a way to encourage people to do so...when you can just buy a testing kit for ?5 online, lol. And I guess if you have a medical reason to know, they'll tell you. When I asked my doc to tell me my blood type, she said no, unless I sign up for the local blood donation register. No thanks.

  • O+ blood, 17.2 bmi, 20/20 vision, that's all I know.

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  • Uhhhh...

    Yeah...um...

    I know none of these...so, yeah

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  • 120/70

    54-58 bpm

    no idea

    no idea

    A pos

    not good

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  • i know none :\

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What Guys Said 4

  • 1 - I think 160? I don't know that one

    2 - No idea

    3 - 7.0

    4 - 18 in left, don't know right

    5 - No idea

    6 - No idea

    And I only know 3 because I'm diabetic, as such, have to check it before and (generally) after every meal, and I have a machine that calculates the average.

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    • So you mean 7.0 is your hbA1C?

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    • Well I can tell you that it has to be your hbA1C because if that is your blood glucose right now you'd be in a coma.

    • LOL, alright. Actually now that you say that I think I've heard them say hbA1C at the hospital, that makes sense.

  • I don't know, and I don't particularly care, either. I don't exactly hold my life in particularly high regard.

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  • I know none of these, I probably should know my

    blood but the rest, meh...

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  • My blood type is A positive. My BMI is 29.7 (which is a ridiculous measurement, since it doesn't take into account the fact that I lift weights five times a week).

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    • Yeah, I think the BMI scale is pretty ridiculous. If I wanted to be in the green I'd have to be anorexic.

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